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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to Nevada  County Jan. 16-20 for screenings of over 140 films, workshops, art installations and discussions and this years theme is (re)Generation – or to focus on renewing and restoring the earth and human communities.

Measuring more than six feet long, a 1700s rampart gun owned by John Sutter, along with some of his other armaments, can be found inside of Sutter County Museum in Yuba City. 

Many of Yuba-Sutter’s notable historical figures are buried at the Historic Marysville City Cemetery, and some were highlighted during a tour.

To bring some holiday spirit to the community, the Maxwell Parks and Recreation District Auxiliary will host its fourth annual “Maxwell County Christmas,” on Friday from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m.

After canceling the annual Christmas Luncheon for the needy and less fortunate, organizer Robin Burr said the event is back thanks to tremendous community outreach. 

Catch some Christmas spirit this weekend with the Yuba-Sutter Master Chorale.  Directed by Kathryn Donovan Campbell, their annual winter concerts feature music by Antonio Vivaldi and Alfred Burt, along with favorite carols, spirituals, and surprises of the season.

Each year, the Yuba City Christmas Stroll provides an opportunity for business owners on Plumas Street to network with the public ... in a big way.

To support live music in the community, Yuba Sutter Arts will host a night of holiday music by local musician John Paris, entitled, “A Peaceful and Joyous Christmas.”

The 51st annual Olivehurst Christmas Parade will be held on Olivehurst Avenue between Fifth and Ninth Avenues in Olivehurst on Saturday, Dec. 14, starting at 11 a.m. 

Honoring those who served in the military, the Yuba-Sutter area will again participate in placing wreaths on the graves of veterans this December. It’s an opportunity to reflect and remember those who served.

Gilchrist “Whatnot” and Tri-County Diversity will host an artist reception entitled “100 birds” on Dec. 7 from 6-9 p.m. at the speakeasy located at 101 C Street in Marysville. 

The Acting Company presents “Season of Giving, Too,” in the Magic Theater at The Acting Company, located at 815 B Street in Yuba City, Dec. 7 and 14. 

This holiday season, the Creative Lights Theater invites you to step back in time to visit Israel over 2,000 years ago to explore the life of Mary, an average teenage girl, that became the mother of Jesus. 

The Theater Art Gallery’s “Yuletide Treasures” art show and sale runs from Dec 5 - 21. A select group of local and resident artists will be showcasing their work. 

With rain in the forecast this weekend, it’s only fitting that the theme of this year’s Marysville Christmas parade is “Nautical or Nice.”

Sierra View Memorial Park and Mortuary, located at 4900 Olive Ave. in Olivehurst, will host a free Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead,  celebration on Saturday, Nov. 2 from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Perfect weather and a few different significant anniversaries could result in the most well-attended Nagar Kirtan ever. Organizers of this weekend’s annual Sikh parade and festival are gearing up for the influx of participants and spectators into the Yuba-Sutter area.

Due to extreme high winds and power outages in Arbuckle last weekend, the annual Arbuckle Car Show and Depot Birthday Barbecue was canceled but organizers have rallied this week to bring the beloved tradition back to town on Sunday, Nov. 2. 

Time to put the finishing touches on your costume and lace up those running shoes because the 2019 “Live United-Run United Spooktacular River Run,” will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26. 

As part of their 2019-20 concert series, the Veridian String Quartet will host two show this week. 

A free Succulent Swap and Upcycle Planter event, hosted by Artisan Community Garden, is scheduled for Saturday at the Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County in Yuba City.

Yuba College Theatre Director James Gilbreath brings the spring play, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” based on the novel by Mark Hadden, to the Yuba College Theatre.

It won’t be long before the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds makes its annual transformation into a haven for all things related to homes and gardens.